Experimental Pathology

Clinical & Experimental Pathology

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis: A report on TB

In 2012, there were 10521 new cases of Tuberculosis in USA. Tuberculosis or TB is very common and in many cases it lethal which is caused by different species or strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Usually Tuberculosis affects lungs, but it has a tendency to affects other parts of our body. Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 21/02/2013 at 06:11

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Common Tests and Other Diagnostic Procedures in Pathology

In pathology, diagnosis of diseases is very important main work to do. Many infectious diseases have many similar signs and symptoms. Samples from our body like fluids can sometimes reveal evidences for the cause of infection and illness. Read more…

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Posted by Jeremy - 07/02/2013 at 02:33

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Pathology Informatics: New and Advanced Field of Pathology

Pathology Informatics is a general term used to refer to such biomedical informatics kind a field and there are many areas of applications and practices in pathology Informatics such as bioinformatics and clinical informatics. This mentioned definition for pathology Informatics Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 01/02/2013 at 06:35

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Lung Cancer: It’s better to know it

Cancers of lungs refers to a group of neoplastic growths, which arises from the epithelium of lung. The word Neoplasia is given to a process by which over growth form in animals and these neoplastic growths can be described as malignant Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 31/01/2013 at 04:57

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Influenza-A (H1 N1): Be Careful!

Influenza-A (H1N1) virus is a subtype of influenza-A virus and in recent 5 years it is the most common cause of human flu. Some strains of influenza-A is endemic in humans. The World Health Organization declared this swine-originated strain H1N1 Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 24/01/2013 at 00:01

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Pathogenesis for Lymphoma

The Lymphoma, a type of blood cancer is occurs when lymphocytes or white blood cells begin behaving abnormally. These abnormal lymphocytes has high proliferation rate to divide rapidly than normal cells and they may live much more than they are supposed to. Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 22/01/2013 at 23:57

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